Treatment Options

Dr. Andrews is highly-experienced in treating patients of all ages, conditions, lifestyles and smile goals!

We provide personalized family orthodontics in Augusta and Grovetown.

Early Orthodontic Treatment

Little smiles require expert care! Early orthodontic treatment with Rogers & Andrews Orthodontics can set your child up for a lifetime of confident, healthy smiles.

After your child’s complimentary consultation, we’ll determine whether orthodontic treatment is necessary or would be beneficial! Dr. Andrews never suggests unnecessary treatment.

Adult Orthodontics

There’s no age limit for orthodontics! It’s never too late to achieve the smile you’ve always wanted. You have options in Invisalign® and advanced adult braces to suit your preferences.

Teen Orthodontics

The teen years are fundamental for building confidence and strong self-esteem. Orthodontic treatment can help teens love their smile, and empower them to put their best foot forward in life. We provide braces and Invisalign for teens!

Types of Braces

We provide affordable braces in Augusta and Grovetown! Choose from Invisalign® clear aligners and Damon Ultima™ advanced self-ligating braces to suit your lifestyle. Dr. Andrews has the experience necessary to treat you with your preferred option.

iTero® Digital Impression System

We use the advanced iTero Element 5D digital impression system to take fast, accurate, goop-free impressions of your teeth and bite. This state-of-the-art technology enables us to show you your results before you even begin treatment!


The retention phase is critical in orthodontic treatment! If you love your results and want to maintain your new smile for years to come, it’s essential that you wear your retainer after braces or Invisalign.

Types of Orthodontic Appliances

When Dr. Andrews creates your custom treatment plan, he may suggest an orthodontic appliance to ensure the greatest results in the shortest amount of time. We offer a variety of orthodontic appliances to treat every condition.

Surgical Orthodontics

Some severe orthodontic conditions, like jaw abnormalities and malocclusions, require orthognathic surgery to realign the jaws or teeth and improve oral health, oral function, and overall appearance.